The St. Petersburg College Foundation: Finance and Investment Committee will meet on Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 10:00 am via Zoom video conferencing to discuss general business.
The college is closely monitoring updates regarding coronavirus COVID-19. For the latest updates, visit the Pinellas County Health Department. For best practices for prevention and containment, you can visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For updates relating to the college, please consult our Emergency Preparedness Blog.
The PeopleSoft 9.2 Student System upgrade will begin on Saturday, March 7, 2020. MySPC (Student Portal and Employee Self-Service) and all PeopleSoft systems will be unavailable during Spring Break, starting at 12 a.m. on Saturday, March 7 until 8 a.m. on Friday, March 13. MyCourses and email will continue to […]
This week, the last of three candidates for SPC’s Vice President of Academic Affairs position visited the college. All candidates were asked to give a presentation regarding their vision for academic affairs at SPC. Recordings for all three presentations, along with subsequent Q&A sessions, can be found via the links […]
Career Services is looking to interview local female entrepreneurs who have attended SPC for the career blog. If you have any recommendations, please reach out to Johnston.email@example.com with a brief summary of the entrepreneur.
Do you have a project that would benefit from student or faculty feedback but aren’t sure how to get results? Try a Quick Poll. Your poll can target Faculty and/or Students. Check out the links below to submit a Quick Poll idea as well as to get ideas! Student Quick […]
Spring break has sprung upon us! But some are not as fortunate as we, and may be working (!) next week. So let’s not leave anyone hanging – please remember to change your voicemail and set your out-of-office email to reflect the closure. Below is a standard email you may […]
The PeopleSoft 9.2 Student System upgrade will begin on Saturday, March 7, 2020. MySPC (Student and Employee Self-Service) and all PeopleSoft systems will be unavailable starting at 12 a.m. on Saturday, March 7 until 8 a.m. on Friday, March 13. MyCourses and email will continue to be available during the […]
Earlier this week, SPC welcomed two of three candidates for the Vice President of Academic Affairs position. The third will be visiting next week on March 3. Each candidate was asked to give a presentation regarding their vision for academic affairs at the college. Recordings of the presentations, along with […]
St. Petersburg College is working in conjunction with the Pinellas County Health Department to monitor the current outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19. The Pinellas County Health Department, a division of the Florida Department of Health, is in contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to monitor the […]
The FUSE program is looking for SPC faculty and staff who are USF alumni to help mentor our FUSE students and assist with organizing and attending FUSE events. Engagement is an important role in a college student’s success, and we want to offer students beneficial support to help with the […]
Spring Break is just around the corner, and while you don’t have to go home, you can’t stay here because the college will be closed March 9–15. The week-long break is a great time to get some rest, relax and recharge for the latter half of the spring semester. If […]
The slate of interviews for SPC’s new Vice President of Academic Affairs will begin Tuesday, February 25. Candidates will be on-site on three different days to present their vision for Academic Affairs at SPC and engage in a rotation of interviews at the EpiCenter. The 12:30-1:15 rotation will be a […]
The worldwide spread of the new Coronavirus is being used by bad guys to scare people into clicking on links, open malicious attachments, or give out confidential information. Be careful with anything related to the Coronavirus: emails, attachments, any social media, texts on your phone – anything. Look out for […]